Saturday Feb. 23.

2019

11:00 - 20:00
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Ravensbourne University,

London

Music | Health | Technology

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ABOUT

immerse(d) is an event series bringing together artists, scientists, practitioners and technologists to explore how deep immersive music can optimally impact us, individually and collectively.

Sound is energy,

Music is universal,

Bass is foundational.

 

Born out of the Health & Bass network, immerse(d) is presented by Studiofeed (the non profit arm of SUBPAC).

 

Partners are a network of dedicated creators exploring how deep immersive music positively impacts humanity.

 

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CONVERSATIONS & LIVE PERFORMANCES

 

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INSTALLATIONS AND EXPERIENCES

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PROGRAM

Talks + Presentations / 11h45 - 18h45 / Walker Space

MC -  Joe Muggs

11h45

13h30

15h30

17h45

Sound System Culture Panel

Community Sound: Feeling & Culture.

 

Joe Muggs (Moderator), Cooly G, Hylu, Oxman, Papa Face, Shy One, V.I.V.E.K

 

Back from the Future - Panel + Experiment Stage: Heart Rate & Sound

Back from the Future Panel: A forward thinking conversation between three innovators in sound and research. Learn how science and technology are shaping the future of multisensory design and wellbeing.  
‘Experiment Stage: Heart Rate & Sound’: An interactive example showcasing how sound can help calm our physical body. Watch live heart rate feedback as our participant experiences the power of sound. Learn more about what these heart rate changes mean as our panelists discuss the potential impact and benefits of using sound to improve health and mindfulness.

 

Tom Middleton, Ari Peralta, Lena Batra

 

Talk & Music Animation Showcase

A presentation from The Light Surgeons followed by a showcase of their visual music animations project: Sound In Pictures.


Christopher Thomas Allen

Immersive Arts Panel

The immersive experience: implications, possibilities, limitations and beyond.


Joe Muggs (Moderator), Mark H. Geary, Gareth Llewellyn, Jon Olive, Amelia Kallman, Carl H. Smith, Taymoore Balbaa, Thomas Lund

Installation Experience  / 11h - 18h / Walker Space

11h - 18h

Internal Garden - Life of Plants

Internationally exhibited Life of Plants pushes into the boundaries of art, health and wellness. This is a very intimate experience, the experiment will send the plants signal from the device into  the participants body, as an immersive physical dimensional field. Plant and person will become one.
 

Justin Wiggan

Chill Zone - Listening Sessions / 13h - 19h15 / Room 208

A chance to come to ground and relax throughout the day with a selection of ambient and downtempo compositions.  

The listening space is outfitted with SUBPAC wearable technology for an immersive physical listening experience.

13h00

15h15

15h45

16h15

17h45

Networking + Demos / 11h - 17h / Entrance, Walker Space, Room 207

An opportunity to break out and connect throughout the day while engaging with demos from our community of partners.

11h - 17h

Immersive Technology | Holoportal / Entrance

Offering a selection of immersive technologies from mobile VR to AR.
 

Mixed Reality Audio Experience | MagicBeans / Walker Space
MagicBeans are exploring new kinds of mixed reality audio experiences and will be demonstrating an untethered 3D music experience that allows you to interact and move through high-definition 6DOF audio in the room with you.

Immersive Technology | THIRTEENTH FLOOR / Walker Space & Room 207

Live A/V Performances / 16h45 - 17h30; 19h15 - 20h / Walker Space

Two live performances by world-class audio-visual and performance artists, including Los Angeles’ Daedelus and Montreal’s Human Instrument Project.

Participants physically experience sound using SUBPAC wearable technology and an 8 point Funktion One spatial sound system courtesy of Sova Audio.

Performances use live installation, visual projections and audio-reactive lighting.

16h45

19h15

Human Instrument (Rafaelle Mackay, Isabella Salas, Patrick Trudeau)

Human Instrument is an acapella performance and a fully immersive synaesthetic “looking at sound” experience. Through live cymatics, the human voice is projected onto physical objects, dancing with light reflections, provoking unique and iconic patterns that reflect the intricacies of the human voice.

 

Daedelus

Modular synthesis, environmental samples, enveloping surrounding sound. A slow bassed performance by one of Los Angeles’ Beat Scene founders.

 
 

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TICKETS

VENUE

Address:

Ravensbourne University

6 Penrose Way

London SE10 0EW

 

Presented by

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Associated Partners

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Sound Partners

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Collaborating Partners

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Community Partners

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Award for Innovation EPS With LoopSpace
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Press Accreditation